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Sanders becomes 18th football coach in ETSU history

By Joe Avento, Johnson City Press • Dec 17, 2017 at 9:53 PM

JOHNSON CITY — Randy Sanders is the new football coach at East Tennessee State.

Sanders, who won national championships as offensive coordinator at Tennessee and Florida State, was introduced as the university’s 18th football coach Sunday evening at Greene Stadium.

This is the first head coaching job for the 52-year-old Morristown native.

“This was a job I wanted,” Sanders said. “You can’t imagine how excited I am to be here. I can’t wait to get to work.”

Sanders replaces Carl Torbush, who helped get the program restarted and went 11-22 in three seasons. 

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